Point your elbow for better overheads
Your opponent throws up a lob. Immediately you point at the ball with your non-racquet hand, just as you've been taught. But think about it. Pointing at the ball in this manner does nothing to insure a successful overhead. The problem is that you can easily point at the ball without turning your upper or lower torso, and that turn is crucial in setting up for the shot. Instead, try pointing at the ball with your non-racquet elbow. That will initiate the critical shoulder pivot and help get the rest of your body turned sideways and the racquet backe behind your head in the proper position. You'll then have plenty of time to make solid contact with the ball. Your overheads will point you toward victory.
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